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W&P Cocktail Mason Bag

W&P Cocktail Mason Bag

The fact that you’re frequently traveling in no way means you can’t enjoy a libation or two on the way to your destination. The W&P Cocktail Kit With Forest Tote ($150), handcrafted from canvas and leather, is outfitted with all of the needed essentials to concoct an old fashioned on the go including the mason…read more

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Sugarlands Shine

Sugarlands Shine

Aiming to compete with Gatlinburg’s well-known and beloved Old Smoky Moonshine, Sugarlands Shine recently opened up shop in the city and boasts a selection of seven different moonshine flavors, including Appalachian Apple Pie, Old Fashioned Lemonade, Southern Sweet Tea, and a legal version of legendary moonshiner Jim Tom Hedrick’s unaged rye whiskey from the hit…read more

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Smokejumper Smoked Imperial Porter

Smokejumper Smoked Imperial Porter

Craft beer isn’t the only thing that makes Colorado a notable state. Colorado is also known for its natural beauty thanks to an open terrain and dense forests. Protecting those forests from fire destruction, alongside front line wildland firefighters, are the highly trained smokejumpers who fearlessly parachute into the wilderness to combat the destructive blazes.…read more

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Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey

Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey

Sporting a vintage-inspired bottle, Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Rock and Rye Whiskey tastes less like a normal off-the-shelf Kentucky whiskey and more like an Old Fashioned thanks to a hearty blend of aged rye whiskeys, raw local honey, and Florida naval oranges included in its concoction. Slow & Low Rock and Rye is best imbibed…read more

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Jim Beam Kentucky Fire

Jim Beam Kentucky Fire

Spiced-up cinnamon bourbons are the new craze in the drinking world, and distilleries are trying to keep up with the demand. After Jack Daniel’s recently released their Tennessee Fire Whiskey, Jim Beam has concocted their own version of the hot cinnamon toddy. The new bourbon is based off of their original bourbon recipe, infused with…read more

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The Best Recipes With Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

The Best Recipes With Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

Who says you can’t have your Jack Daniel’s and eat it too? If there happens to be a shot or two of Jack Daniel’s left in the liquor cabinet this month, don’t throw a party just yet. Instead, put it to better use with one of these Jack Daniel’s Food recipes to make a dish that’s worthy of America’s favorite Whiskey.

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Stolen Coffee & Cigarettes Spiced Rum

Stolen Coffee & Cigarettes Spiced Rum

If you’ve ever walked into your local pub at one a.m., then you probably already know what Stolen Coffee and Cigarettes Spiced Rum smells like. Its tastes much the same thanks to an infusion of roasted coffee beans and sweet smokey flavors that will hit your palate harder than a shot of Wild Turkey. But…read more

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Jim Beam Signature Craft

Jim Beam Signature Craft

Any Jim Beam is good Jim Beam. But their latest, the Jim Beam Signature Craft, is handcrafted from select ingredients and aged 12 years in oak barrels, resulting in rich notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak wood. You’ll love it neat, on the rocks, or straight from the bottle.

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Evan Williams Hot Sauce

Evan Williams Hot Sauce

Whiskey goes with everything. Its good in coffee, on the rocks, on your pancakes, and it even enhances the taste of beef jerky. But now, thanks to Evan Williams Hot Sauce, whiskey can officially be incorporated into every meal. It won’t exactly get the party started, but it will set off the flavor of a…read more

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Jim Beam Pancake Syrup

Jim Beam Pancake Syrup

The difference between ordinary pancakes and extraordinary pancakes is that little bit of whiskey. Jim Beam Pancake Syrup ($30) is actually infused with Jim Beam, letting you savor the taste of Whiskey with your favorite breakfast foods. We’re not sure how much whiskey is actually in the syrup, but it’s safe to say its not…read more

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